Nexus 10 Teardown: See the Other Side of That Beautiful Screen

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The Nexus 10 is pretty pretty, but what do it's innards look like? Powerbook Medic found out when they vivisected one of the impressive new $400 tabs, and laid out its guts for all of us to see.

Unlike the Nexus 4's secret LTE modem, the Nexus 10 doesn't seem to pack any real secrets. It turns out that it is a Samsung joint however, from assembly to processor to battery. Also it's a breeze to take a part; no glue or nothin'. Hop over to Powerbook Medic to see the rest of the gory details. [Powerbook Medic via Engadget]

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Also it's a breeze to take a part; no glue or nothin'.

Par for the course for Samsung... and one reason why I like them. They really do not care if people open up their stuff, whereas a lot of tablet and phone makers will tell you you're voiding the warranty if you so much as remove the back cover. Samsung *makes* you remove the back cover of their phones before using one! They're almost old-school in that way, but it's a *good* kind of old-school and it's obviously working out pretty well for them, sales-wise.